Three Charged With Trespassing New Bills Stadium After Game at Old One

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Three people were charged for allegedly going into the construction site of the new Buffalo Bills stadium after Sunday’s game at the team's current venue, according to Erie County sheriff John Garcia.

As reported by Buffalo's CBS affiliate WIVB, two people from Canada and one person from West Seneca were charged with criminal trespass. Police said they jumped a fence, got inside and were trying to take a picture.

Those charged were 22-year-old Kyle Bauer of West Seneca and Canadian residents Tanner Brunet, 31, and Owen Bainbridge, 25. They were released with appearance tickets.

This is now the second time charges were filed for an incident at the new stadium site since construction began, WIVB's Aiden Joly and Tara Lynch reported. At the home opener in September, a 29-year-old man allegedly jumped a fence and fell into the stadium’s pit. He is facing a criminal trespass charge.

Related: Man Found Naked, Covered in Feces in Construction Hole at Highland Park Stadium During Bills Opener

Security inside the fence is handled by a private company. Outside the fence, security is the purview of the sheriff’s office, but its main concern after games is traffic control.

Police say anyone who trespasses into the site will be arrested and charged.

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